S’wak-based business works to prevent food wastage by helping farmers

PETALING JAYA: With the intention of uplifting the lives of farmers and to prevent food wastage, a Sarawak-based social enterprise collects organic waste from hotels and restaurants to turn them into quality compost.

Jeff Wee, the co-founder of WormingUp, said organic waste contains nutrients and should not be dumped in landfills as is the current practice.

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